Musk’s Plan To Get Enterprises, Govt Pay For Twitter May Conflict With His Free Speech Plan

Elon Musk’s proposal to ask businesses and government bodies to start paying for using Twitter could be in direct conflict with his utopian idea to allow free speech on the platform, according to experts. Paying customers, including companies and governments,…

Going Private The Right Way For Twitter To Focus On User Growth And Revenue : Experts

Elon Musk’s buyout of Twitter for $44 billion could provide the micro-blogging company the much-needed impetus to rework the company’s revenue and business model. Sanchit Vir Gogia, Chief Analyst and CEO, Greyhound Research, told  BusinessLine that right now the two…

Free Speech Absolutist Elon Musk May Chafe At Laws Of Land, Say Experts

Tesla Inc founder Elon Musk’s $44-billion takeover offer for microblogging platform Twitter may lead to more run-ins with the Indian government and others, due to his self-proclaimed ‘absolutist’ stance in support of free speech, experts said. A shakeup is “desperately…

Buyer Spotlight E01: Bharat Gas, LPG Business Unit of Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited

For us at Greyhound Research, IT Decision Makers are the most important stakeholders. For it's a set of stakeholders we work the most closely with. To put this in perspective, nearly 70% of our business comes from these stakeholders and…

WhatsApp Has Banned Nearly 20 Million Accounts In India

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Tesla Tycoon’s Bid For Twitter Seen As Battle For Control

Tesla tycoon Elon Musk’s hostile takeover bid of Twitter is being seen by analysts as a battle for control of all-powerful algorithms that influence our newsfeeds. They feel it could be the change that Twitter needed though, at the same…

Will Tata’s Super App Bet Pay Off?

While the Tata Neu app by itself looked promising, industry experts remained divided on the scope of the super app model in India as complications related to draft e-commerce rules, data privacy and app stickiness comes to the surface. “If…

Microsoft Plans To Establish Its Largest India Data Centre Region In Hyderabad

Tech giant Microsoft Corp. on Monday said it plans to establish its largest India data centre region in Hyderabad, Telangana. The first phase is expected to be operational by 2025. It's a well-established fact that the pandemic has forced orgs…

SAP Counts On Small, Medium Firms To Drive Cloud Business

German software firm SAP expects strong cloud adoption this year, driven by small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) that have accelerated their investments in a multi-cloud strategy. It's a well-established fact that the pandemic has forced orgs to invest in digital…

Ukraine War May Delay Critical Parts Supply For Device Makers

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N Chandrasekaran Reappointed As Tata Sons Executive Chairman

N Chandrasekaran has been reappointed by Tata Sons to continue as the Chairman for the second term of five years following Tata Group patriarch Ratan Tata expressing satisfaction on the progress and performance of the diversified conglomerate. “He was an…

LEAP Of Faith: IFFCO Moves Lock, Stock And Barrel To Oracle Cloud

The world’s largest manufacturer and marketer of fertilisers in the cooperative sector is taking a technology-first approach to its business objectives Cloud has become a springboard for faster, sustainable and cost-effective innovation in the new year. Industry analysts echo this…

Business As Usual For IT Companies Despite Omicron, Say Experts

The United States and UK are the top two markets for the $190 billion Indian IT industry and the spike in Covid-19 cases has brought back concerns of a global lockdown, and how this would impact the sector. Sanchit Vir…

Wipro Migrates Air Cargo Application Suite To Oracle Cloud

This will allow Wipro to offer CROAMIS as part of Wipro FullStride Cloud Services, to customers worldwide, aiding faster modernisation of the air cargo industry amidst growing demand for rapid cargo transportation services. “Global supply chain dynamics have gone through…

Can Parag Agarwal As The New CEO Of Twitter Change The Narrative?

Before joining Twitter a decade ago in 2011 as a software engineer, Agrawal had stints at Microsoft Research, AT&T Labs and Yahoo! Research. At Twitter, he rose to become the first Distinguished Engineer through his performance across revenue and consumer engineering…

Signal Beeps Louder In India As WhatsApp Tweaks Policy

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India Inc. Cautions Employees On WhatsApp Privacy Policy Changes

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New WhatsApp Messenger Policy | Corporates Issue Advisories On Use For Official Business: Report

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WhatsApp’s New Privacy Policy Triggers Exodus Of Users To Rival Platforms

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WhatsApp Privacy Controversy: Invite Links Appear On Google, Calls To Boycott Grow Louder

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Users Drop WhatsApp Over Its ‘End Of Privacy’ Policy

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Users Ditch WhatsApp For Signal And Telegram On Privacy Concerns

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WhatsApp’s New Privacy Policy Prompts Users to Migrate to Signal, Telegram

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Wipro May Drop Plan To Bill Senior Leaders

Wipro’s chief executive Thierry Delaporte is moving away from an earlier initiative of accounting senior leaders for the work they do with clients.Instead, the new focus will allow them to drive teams to ensure faster growth. The plans may be…

Infosys Raises FY21 Forecast As Digital Service Biz Booms

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IBM Business Split: One-Fourth Of India Staff May Be Part Of New Entity

With IBM Corp. splitting its business into two companies to build focus on hybrid cloud and artificial intelligence (AI), up to one-fourth of its India employees are expected to be part of the new entity, Arvind Krishna, chief executive officer, IBM said on…

IBM Splits Into Two – Initial Thoughts By Greyhound Research

While the Greyhound Research team is working on a more in-depth commentary about the IBM Split, broadly, we believe this move mirrors the tough call that IBM took ages ago when it let go of its PC business and sold…

US Imposes Fresh Curbs On H-1B Visa

The latest changes to the H-1B visa program introduced amid a tough US presidential election campaign are expected to directly affect technology companies, foreign workers, and employers who rely on these non-immigrant US visas. “IT services providers can expect delayed decision-making and…

Trump Takes Another Stab At H1B Little Realizing It May Cause More Harm Than Good

Last night the US administration sent yet another shock wave to the Indian IT by announcing changes to the H1B visa program again. Amongst the broader posture of clamping down aggressively on the number of visas issued, the Trump administration has…